The Algerian port city of Oran is this year hosting SIPA’2017, the 7th International Exhibition of Fishing and Aquaculture.
The organiser of Skipper Expo in Bristol are delighted with the high number of stand bookings so far for the event, with many more companies anticipated to sign up over the coming weeks.
The Seawork International exhibition takes place in Southampton next week, opening on Tuesday 13th and ending on the 15th.
With over 200 exhibitors, including the highest ever international component yet, and a strong visitor turnout, the Skipper Expo Int. 2017 event in Aberdeen has been hailed a great success.
Skipper Expo Int. Aberdeen 2017 gets underway later this week, taking place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th May, with around 200 exhibiting companies from 19 different countries attending Scotland’s commercial fisheries show.
The two kilometre long, 40 metre deep tonnarella fishery, dating back to the 17th century and unique to the fishing port of Camogli in north-western Italy, has been severely damaged, putting it out of action for this year’s fishing season.
The twelfth Itech’ Mer exhibition takes place this year in the French port of Lorient, and this year aims to bring together the European fishing sector’s decision-makers as part of the three-day programme.
It’s a focal point for European fishing – every two years the Danfish Exhibition provides a unique platform for the fishing industry as the city of Aalborg buzzes with visitors from Denmark and around the world.
Registration is now open for Seawork International, which opens its doors 13-15 June at Mayflower Park, Southampton, UK.
The English-based Skipper Expo that started life in Bristol before shifting to Bournemouth is now heading back this year.